HTC 5G Hub brings together a 5G hotspot that connects up to 20 users interface with the HTC 5G Hub and has a battery inside so that you can use it anywhere. This flexible gadget enables smooth 4 K video streaming, low latency gaming and faster networks to be used in both home and office environments. The HTC 5G Hub is also designed for a wide range of on-the-go conditions with long-lasting power and Android 9 Pie help, addressing 5G speeds that are drastically faster than 4G LTE systems.
The gadget has a 5-inch dispay (720 x 1280) powered by Android, making it a portable smart mobile hub. As it runs Android 9.0 Pie, you can stream TV shows and watch videos from applications such as Netflix, or use the USB-C connector on the gadget to attach it to a HDMI port on a TV. It also a replacement for your Wi-Fi router and removes unnecessary cables for simple setup of plug and play.
What’s more, it’s a perfect gadget if you’re on a trip and have to watch content while you’re on the go, so you don’t usually have to rely on 5G or LTE streaming networks. HTC has equipped its smart hub for organizations with an ethernet port that need to give availability to different gadgets. The gadget is secure and encrypted to interface with up to 20 devices too and the 5G network is effectively scalable by means of Gigabit web.
In contrast to most portable hotspots, HTC 5G is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 processor combined with 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage that supports Sprint calls a Snapdragon “X50v2” 5G modem that incorporates support for the sub-6GHz range of 5G network which is build with corporate VPN.
HTC 5G Hub puts high-speed networking in a smart mobile hub, blend of smart display and router, and in the future, via the HTC 5 G Hub, you can stream VR content from the cloud to your VIVE headsets. There is a built-in 7,660 mAh battery that can keep the router running. The device additionally supports Quick Charge 3.0 with the USB Type-C charger.
The device weight 340 grams and work very well with Android apps, and also has a microSD card slot which can take up to 512GB. The HTC 5G Hub will launch on Sprint’s 2.5GHz network and available for sale in spring 2019 and so on it will launch on other networks depending on the location.